New Balance has joined forces with sneaker boutique Packer to release a new colorway of the iconic 999 silhouette, titled "CML."

Inspired by camels and the use of camel hair fabric in fashion, the nappy suede Packer x New Balance 999 “CML” merges the desert with the city by taking sandy colors and motifs and translating them into a modern urban look.

It features an upper done in tan nappy suede to replicate the look and texture of camel hair, a micro-perforated pigskin toe box, and premium nubuck details at the tongue and heel tab. Additional touches include a supple brown leather trim, a reflective silver 3M hit on the heel, a graphic-branded insert, and speckled laces.

The 999 "CML" is exclusive to Packer and will be available in-store and online beginning December 10 for a retail price of $150.

In other sneaker news, adidas just dropped 11 colorways of the Ultra Boost 3.0.

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